Diana Cantor currently serves on the Board of Directors of Strongpoint Partners. Diana is a Partner at AIM13, an alternative investment management firm where she acts as a member of the Investment Committee and Board of Managers. Prior to joining AIM13, she was a Managing Director at New York Private Bank & Trust and served for over a decade as the founding Executive Director of the Virginia College Savings Plan, which she grew into the largest 529 savings plan in the nation. Prior to her state service, Diana was a Vice President at Goldman Sachs, where she served as Chief Administrator of the firm’s leveraged buyout funds, internal investment funds, and merchant banking operations. Diana began her career as a lawyer in the real estate department of Kaye Scholer (now Arnold & Porter).
Diana is affiliated with numerous civic and professional associations. Diana is currently a Board Member of the 100 Women in Finance and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, past Chair of the Richmond Jewish Foundation Investment Committee and the Policy Forum Endowment Fund, past Chairman and Trustee on the Board of the Virginia Retirement System, past board member of the Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation, and past board member of the Virginia State Treasury Board. Diana also has extensive experience serving on private and public corporation boards. She has served as a director for Domino’s Pizza, VICI Properties, Revlon, Edelman Financial Services, Service King Body and Paint LLC, Vistage International, Knowledge Universe, Universal Corporation, and the underlying private company boards of Mauser Packaging Solutions.
In addition to her Board experience, Diana serves as Senior Advisor with AKF Consulting Group, a strategic advisor to public administrators of state investment programs. She is also a C.P.A. and a member of the State Bars in Virginia, Florida, and New York. Diana holds an M.B.A. from University of Miami, a J.D. from New York University, and a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Florida.
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